Is it possible to edit system registry...if yes how will i do...?
You mean the Windows system registry? Depends on the version you have but generally you can edit the registry..
The program 'regedt32.exe' is used on XP - HOWEVER - you can seriously damage your operating system if you simply start messing around with the registry - always make a copy of the registry first and if you don't know what you are doing then don't edit it!!!!!
I suggest you search for tips on editing the system registry before trying.....
I reckon this is like asking if it's possible to cut a tree down with a chainsaw and then asking how it's done ... If ya don't know how to cut down a tree, then being told how to operate a chainsaw probably will not end well ...
This is a very good tool. Norton System Works is also very good as is TweakNow...
Not a huge fan of Norton software. It tends to be bloated and expensive, but then again, I've not used Norton software for years now.
Not sure what the OP means since he/she didn't elaborate enough.
Do you want to edit your registry, or clean it? CCleaner has a built in registry cleaner.
I suggest that you read detailed tutorials before going through with editing your registry. If you're not very computer savvy, get someone else to edit it for you.
standard bait and switch, yahoo answers style, publicity trick
i would not recomend playing with regestry unless you know what you doing. to access the regestry start -> run -> type regedit and hit enter, this will get you to regestry editor
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